18555000A

FloJet Portable Macerator Waste Pump Kit

FloJet Portable Macerator Waste Pump Kit

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The FloJet Portable Macerator Waste Pump Kit is the ideal solution to empty holding tanks on recreational vehicles.

Features

  • Connects directly to the RV waste outlet
  • Fresh water rinse capabilities
  • Rugged portable storage case
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The Flojet 18555-000 DC portable waste pump is the ideal solution for emptying holding tanks on recreational vehicles and avoiding dump stations. The macerator section grinds waste down to a particle size of ⅛" maximum so it can easily be pumped through a garden hose (⅝" minimum). The pump section is self-priming, permitting the unit to be mounted above the tank in a convenient location.
Empties most recirculating toilets in less than 2 minutes; empties a typical 30-gallon holding tank in less than 3 minutes.The 18555-series waste pump will macerate and pump all waste and tissue normally found in recreational vehicle waste systems.
IT WILL NOT HANDLE HARD SOLID OBJECTS, SANITARY NAPKINS OR RAGS.

  • Connects directly to the RV waste outlet
  • Eliminates 3" (75mm) sewer hose
  • Garden hose discharge port
  • Fresh water rinse capabilities
  • Remote handheld on/off switch with 6' (1.8M) wire harness
  • Ability to dump longer distances
  • Ability to drain holding tanks at home
  • Easy clean up and storage
  • Rugged portable storage case
  • USCG and CSA listed
  • Run dry protection
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FloJet Portable Macerator Waste Pump Kit 18555000A Portable self-priming RV macerator waste pump kit, 12V
$263.60
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